Casey has reportedly visited with the Cardinals and Broncos, and is expected to meet with the Browns and Titans at some point in time, so there’s clearly a strong market for his services.
Philadelphia probably did him a favor by releasing him well before the start of free agency, which allows him to meet with prospect teams before the market is open for business.
The Broncos seems like a great fit for him given that Casey spent time working with new Broncos HC Gary Kubiak while they were in Houston, and the Denver could use some extra help at tight end.
Casey, 30, appeared in all 16 games and caught three passes for 59 yards receiving and two touchdowns. Pro Football Focus has him down for playing 173 snaps last year to go along with a solid rating as a run-blocker.